Cafe Mangii, has transformed its charming ambience to a premium styled Italian all day dining restaurant. Adorned with intricate brick-walls, plush antique wood decor and the endless number of contemporary glow bulbs radiating from chandeliers. Cafe Mangii surely portrays rustic Italian architecture at its best. Bandra�s gastronomes can relish delectable breakfast and high teas in between lunch and dinners and can really be spoilt for choice when it comes to the flavoursome sandwiches & breads, all hand-picked from its deli and patisserie. Cafe Mangii�s culinary journey also includes a whole new menu dedicated to naughty cappuccinos and cocktails coupled with heady wines and delicious desserts to complete the experience. Cafe Mangii is well-known for its wood-fired oven pizzas. The restaurant adopts the traditional brick-oven technique that one would usually find in small Italian towns. The Chef uses rubber-wood & mango-wood to fire the oven and add natural aromas to the pizzas which give them a penchant flavour. Cafe Mangii proves beyond doubt that when it comes to taste, no one makes Italian food more sinfully delicious. A quick glance at its extensive menu is tantalizing enough. Sample the perfectly cooked pastas and the varieties of risotto. One can tell the expertise of Executive Chef Krishna Khetle is at work.
One of my favourite restaurants in the city! The ambience is austere and neat quite suitable to an italian cafe. The average cost for a vegetarian meal for two (without alcohol) is around Rs. 1,500/-. The spinach Gnocchi is a must try, I have never tasted better gnocchi in my life. Great place to go!!!